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I am one letter from having one of the most common names in America which has been a very formative part of my life.

As you can see from the rest of this site, I am a narrative writer/director and music video/commercial producer. I enjoy all of those things in equal measure and love working with new people. As stated in my banner, I like people and projects with a sense of humor. If you’re hiring, let’s talk!

(Here’s the name-dropping portion of this about page that will potentially validate my creative life to you but you can just pass right by it if you’re not into blatant bragging with a tiny dose of self-aware humor. If you choose not to read it, please e-mail me at so we can create a storied, inspiring friendship rooted in mutual respect and general discomfort with “talking about your accomplishments.” Anyway. My writing/directing work has been in competition at Tribeca Film Festival, Austin Film Festival, and other wonderful but smaller festivals that are less of an obnoxious name drop. As a writer/creator, I also have gone through the development process with a TV network that makes shows for the millennial/Gen Z demographic that is NOT The CW and used to have a different name. My writing work has also been featured in a variety of spaces, including several dusty plastic storage boxes in my parents’ basement, confusingly titled documents on my laptop desktop, and a note I left on a United aircraft in 2015. As a producer, I’ve worked with clients including Anonymous Content, Capitol Records, Atlantic Records, Disney, and Puma.)

My non-industry about me is as follows: I was born in North Carolina, raised in Asia, and moved to Los Angeles to attend the University of Southern California. I graduated with a degree in Film & Television Production and a minor in East Asian Languages & Cultures. I am not fluent in Japanese or Mandarin but probably speak enough to impress your parents. I enjoy medium-length walks, pop music, and retaining random information. My non-career life ambitions include adopting a dog, owning a quality coffee maker, and living in a place with a garage for my car only. A woman can dream. I'd also like to be a part of making content that has people laughing and thinking, hopefully at the same time.

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If you need to ensure I have representation before you can hire me (this is a thing, apparently, for some writing/directing jobs), rest assured: I am represented by Scott Yoselow at Gersh and Maggie Haskins at Artists First.